Former Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger has revealed that he will speak to Bayern Munich if an opportunity to manage them arises. The Frenchman has been strongly linked with a move to the Bavarian giants after the departure of Niko Kovac.
Wenger is believed to have accepted a role by FIFA although reports suggest that he has been stalling on whether to accept the role or not for months.
He has been open to a return to club management since he left Arsenal in May 2018. Although he admits that no talks have been held yet, he admitted that he would be open to the role at the Allianz Arena.
He told beIN Sports: “I never refuse to talk to Bayern Munich because I know these people who lead the club for 30 years and nearly going to Bayern a long, long time ago. For the moment that is all I can say.”
When asked if he would like to work with the Bundesliga giants, Wenger said: “At the moment I have not talked to them at all.”
He revealed his admiration for the Bundesliga heavyweights and stated that his attraction to them was due to their approach to the game.
“What I admire they always try. They take responsibility to play and Bayern has always been a team that tries to play possession, they are not scared to ‘yes, we want the ball and want to take the game to the opponent and we want to dominate the game.’